The story of Volvo Cars (video)

Automotive Design 27 Mar 2015
The story of Volvo Cars (video)

Volvo has published an interesting video that gives an overview of the company’s history and its most significant technical achievements.


The copay, founded in 1924, has always been focused on social well-being, which led to the development of technical innovations driven by safety and environmental respect: from the three-point safety belt to the first ever rear-facing safety child seat and the Lambda sond – all innovations widely adopted on today’s cars.

The video includes commentary by Maximilian Missoni, VP Exterior Design and Per-Åke Fröberg, Director of Volvo Cars Heritage.

For a great overview of the company’s most important models, check this page in the Volvo Heritage official website.

(Source: Volvo via We Design Volvo)

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